(Pre-recorded) Joyce welcomes Kailtyn Lore, Gerald Homme and Ginny Miller.

Joyce welcomes Kaitlyn Lore, winner of the 2017 Sam Miller Award; Gerald Homme, chairman of the Bender Lead on Team: and Ginny Emerson, mother of the late Sam Miller, to discuss the Bender Lead on Team. The Bender Lead on Team assists high school and college students in the areas of setting career goals and championing anti-bullying efforts. The team provides a forum for young people with disabilities to speak out about instances of bullying and to support others who may be involved in similar situations.

Joyce welcomes Sarah Sell

Joyce welcomes Sarah Sell, director of Veteran Student Affairs at Wichita State University in Kansas.  Ms. Sell will discuss The Captain Riley Leroy Pitts Military and Veteran Student Center which exists to build and maintain a community of students with military experience and to provide comprehensive support for the unique needs of veterans, military members and military dependents in an environment of respect.

Joyce welcomes Shane Claiborne

Joyce welcomes Shane Claiborne, a prominent speaker, activist, and best-selling author.  Shane worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta and founded The Simple Way in Philadelphia.  He heads up Red Letter Christians, a movement of people committed to living "as if Jesus meant the things he said." Shane is a champion for grace, which has led him to jail advocating for the homeless and to places like Iraq and Afghanistan to stand against war. And now grace fuels his passion to end the death penalty.  Mr.

South Korea Trip 2017 - Day 5

Joyce speaking to Epilepsy CongressIt is so appropriate that my last day in Seoul was all about Epilepsy! As you know, I was so impacted last year when I discovered the horrible stigma towards people living with epilepsy. Although we still have progress to make the U.S., the situation is far worse in South Korea! In South Korea, the term for epilepsy is Cerebro Electric Disorder.

South Korea Trip 2017 - Day 2

My second day in South Korea was jammed packed! It was also very hot and humid today, reaching 83 degrees. In South Korea, you see some people walking outside wearing masks due to the pollution from China.
Sign language hands signing - statue

Joyce welcomes Michael Morris

Michael Morris, founder and executive director of National Disability Institute, is a former legal counsel to the US Senate Subcommittee on Disability Policy and is a key architect of the ABLE Act. He serves as a subject matter expert on financial inclusion and poverty reduction concerning people with disabilities to the FDIC, IRS, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, National Council on Disability and multiple state ABLE programs.

Joyce welcomes Carlos Carter

Joyce welcomes Carlos Carter, newly elected Executive Director, of the Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF) to the show. The HCEF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1999 in Allegheny County to advance the education of children and youth experiencing homelessness, guiding them to be productive, empowered citizens. Over the years, HCEF’s role in the community has developed and expanded to meet these needs.

Joyce welcomes Dr. Gerald Buckley

Joyce welcomes Dr. Gerald Buckley, National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) President and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Vice President and Dean. Dr. Buckley will discuss the commitment of both universities to serving the deaf community.

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Joyce welcomes Ola Ojewumi

Joyce welcomes 2017 American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) Paul G. Hearne Leadership Award recipient, Ola Ojewumi to the show.  Ms. Ojewumi founded two non-profit organizations, Sacred Hearts Children’s Transplant Foundation and Project ASCEND. These organizations provide college scholarships to low-income students, funding for women's education programs, support for global mentorship groups and literacy programs, and distribute teddy bears and books to children awaiting organ transplants across the United States.

Joyce welcomes John Williams, Kevin Linde

Joyce welcomes John Williams, professional writer and disability rights advocate and Kevin Linde, physical therapist.   These guests will discuss their latest research into the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

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